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Intel, Novell say Linux gains on Microsoft Brazil (Reuters)
Reuters - Intel and Novell on Monday said Linux is gaining on Microsoft's Windows operating system in Brazil thanks to government policies pushing open source software.

Microsoft Prices New Accounting App (PC World)
PC World - Office Small Business Accounting 2006 takes on Intuit Quickbooks with a $200 price tag.

Sasser: The Last Big Network Worm? (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - One year after the last major Windows worm, Microsoft talks up its security response improvements, but analysts warn against being lulled into a state of complacency.

Microsoft to Train SMB Accountants (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - With its Microsoft Professional Accountants Network, the company will offer training, technical support and networking opportunities to accounting professionals who serve the small-business market.

Sun, Microsoft Agree To Cooperate (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In a continuing effort to put aside at least some of their differences, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) and Sun have agreed to cooperate on interoperability between the companies' technologies, focusing on authentication specifications.

Microsoft Enters Security Market with OneCare (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - It is official: After much speculation and behind-the-scenes hand-wringing by incumbent vendors, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has officially entered the security market.

Microsoft's Eiger To Let Old Systems Keep on Ticking (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) will offer Windows XP "lite" software, code-named "Eiger," to enterprise customers that want to squeeze a little more use out of old hardware, according to press reports.

Microsoft Lifts Veil on Xbox 360 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Gamers across America dropped their controllers Thursday and turned on MTV to witness the unveiling of Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) much-anticipated Xbox 360 game and entertainment system.

Microsoft-Sun Detente (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Politics makes for strange bedfellows -- and the same appears to be the case in the tech industry. Last week, the CEOs of Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) and Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW - News) talked about their efforts to collaborate. In fact, the CEOs appeared on CNBC (and oddly, there were mostly smiles and no insults).

Microsoft Tries to Leapfrog the Consumer Security Problem (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Opinion: Microsoft's new subscription-based anti-virus service could actually force its competitors to improve their products and lower prices.

Sony Unveils New PlayStation 3 Consoles (AP)
AP - Sony Corp. unveiled three flavors of its new PlayStation 3 video game machine Monday in what is likely a new round of console wars with rivals Microsoft Corp. and Nintendo Co.

Study Examines Motives for Office Sabotage (AP)
AP - Corporate insiders who sabotage computers so sensitive they risk endangering national security or the economy commonly are motivated by revenge against their bosses, according to a government study released Monday.

Computer Virus Spews Right-Wing Spam (AP)
AP - A computer virus spewed neo-Nazi-tinged spam in English and German into inboxes over the weekend.

Studios Release Movies for Portable Device (AP)
AP - Universal Studios has become the latest studio to release movies specifically for the Sony PlayStation Portable, a handheld game device that also plays movies in a special format.

Couple Receive Grant to Develop Robots (AP)
AP - A couple who work in the University of Wyoming's Computer Science Department have received a $100,000 National Science Foundation grant to further develop tiny robots that could help clean up oil spills or respond to a terrorist attack.

Sony to launch PlayStation 3 in 2006 (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Corp. unveiled its PlayStation 3 video game console on Monday and pledged that its high-definition graphics and broadband connectivity would ensure its spot atop the $10 billion a year video game industry.

Cellphone risk may be higher in countryside -study (Reuters)
Reuters - Mobile phones could pose a higher health risk to rural dwellers because they emit more intense signals in the countryside, Swedish scientists said Tuesday.

China's TCL, Alcatel in Joint Venture (AP)
AP - Chinese television and cell phone maker TCL Communication Technology Holdings Ltd. will buy back a 45 percent stake in a handset joint venture from France's Alcatel SA, parent company TCL Corp. said Tuesday.

Intel, Novell say Linux gains on Microsoft Brazil (Reuters)
Reuters - Intel and Novell on Monday said Linux is gaining on Microsoft's Windows operating system in Brazil thanks to government policies pushing open source software.

Apple releases Mac OS X 10.4.1 (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Apple on Monday issued an update to its recently released operating system, Mac OS X Tiger. Mac OS X 10.4.1 includes many improvements to applications, Dashboard, .Mac and syncing, iLife and other enhancements.

Sony to launch PlayStation 3 in 2006 (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Corp. unveiled its PlayStation 3 video game console on Monday and pledged that its high-definition graphics and broadband connectivity would ensure its spot atop the $10 billion a year video game industry.

Napster aims to maintain prices after Yahoo launch (Reuters)
Reuters - Napster Inc. does not plan to cut the price of its online music subscription service despite new competition from Yahoo Inc., Chief Executive Chris Gorog said on Monday.

Boeing unit aims live TV at airline travelers (Reuters)
Reuters - Boeing Co. unit Connexion said Tuesday it will provide about four live television channels to airline passengers using laptop computers on select flights in a bid to expand its in-flight wireless Internet service.

Study: Blogs haven't displaced media (Reuters)
Reuters - Web logs, or blogs, may be a powerful new force in U.S. politics but they have not displaced traditional media in terms of information and influence, a study revealed on Monday.

'New York Times' to Start Charging for Some Web Content in September (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK The New York Times announced today that it will start charging for some online content, beginning in September.

Homestore former CEO pleads not guilty (Reuters)
Reuters - The former CEO and a senior executive of once high-flying Internet company Homestore.com on Monday pleaded not guilty to charges of defrauding investors by inflating advertising revenue at the real estate firm.

Warner Music Loss Narrows on Online Sales (AP)
AP - Warner Music Group Corp. on Monday reported a narrower loss for the latest quarter, as the newly public company credited growth in its online business.

New York Times to charge for archives, editorials (Reuters)
Reuters - The New York Times Co. on Monday said it plans to charge for some of its editorial columns and its archive of stories online to boost subscription sales, even as it invests in its free service.

KnowNow Offers Enterprise RSS (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The messaging vendor introduces RSS software with features designed for enterprise needs, such as managing large-scale bandwidth use and controlling access.

AOL Releases Game Developer Tool (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The AOL Messaging Software Developer Kit allows game creators to integrate AIM into online play.

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